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S.3625 A bill to change the effective date for the internet publication of certain information to prevent harm to the national security or endangering the military off..., 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Sep 28, 2012 On passage Passed without objection.

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  • 100% of users oppose S.3625

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    • On September 28, 2012, by stewey2000 - no congress, you don't get to say your gonna publish stuff on the internet and then at the last second pull back and say "no wait, we need to review it for national security reasons" no, it was already scheduled to be published, if you have dirty secrets in there too bad, that's the reason we publish things like this.

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      As noted by stewey2000, a user on OpenCongress.org, on September 28, 2012, "no congress, you don't get to say your gonna publish stuff on the internet and then at the last second pull back and say "no wait, we need to review it for national security reasons" no, it was already scheduled to be published, if you have dirty secrets in there too bad, that's the reason we publish things like this. "
    • On October 07, 2012, by MandaLynn - It is in fact humorous to see how desperate they are to hide "sensitive" information. Transparency is the key to a successful government operating FOR the people. They know this, so their actions are showing their true colors.

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      As noted by MandaLynn, a user on OpenCongress.org, on October 07, 2012, "It is in fact humorous to see how desperate they are to hide "sensitive" information. Transparency is the key to a successful government operating FOR the people. They know this, so their actions are showing their true colors. "
    • On October 11, 2012, by evocati - The things they will use such a bill for will have little to do with national security. What we would end up with yet another series of documents that are overly classified and/or wrongly classified on the grounds that they may cause problems for an election cycle, or an official's pet cause.

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      As noted by evocati, a user on OpenCongress.org, on October 11, 2012, "The things they will use such a bill for will have little to do with national security. What we would end up with yet another series of documents that are overly classified and/or wrongly classified on the grounds that they may cause problems for an election cycle, or an official's pet cause. "

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